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Trend Alert: The Fringed Hammock

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Trend Alert: The Fringed Hammock

October 5, 2016

Fringe is having a moment, as Julie reported recently:  “When I browsed the North Modern show in Copenhagen in August, it seemed fringe was on everything; rugs, pillows, throws.” Add hammocks to the list. We’ve spotted an airy, fringed hammock pretty enough to bring indoors when the weather turns cold:

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Above: From Milan-based Eligo Studio, a Tonnarella Hammock handwoven in Monte Isola (a town famous for its fishing nets) is €85.

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Above: With an unusually elongated silhouette, a Tonnarella Hammock is narrow (about 32 inches wide) enough to fit a small space but long enough (at about 12 feet) to comfortably support an adult.

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Above: Woven of thread that’s 80 percent cotton and 20 percent hard-wearing polypropylene, the hammock resists sagging.


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Above: Each handwoven hammock takes from 10 to 30 days to make.

For more of our favorites, see 10 Easy Pieces: Nap-Worthy Hammocks and Landscape Designer Visit: A Sprawling Long Island Estate by Scott Mitchell.

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